Black People at the Old Bailey 1674 – 1913

Sat, 13 February 2021 15:00 – 16:00 GMT

Discover Black People at the Old Bailey 1674 – 1913

Avril Nanton is a historian who delves into the unknown history of black people in and around London. Her talk on ‘Black People at the Old Bailey focuses on trials that took place between 1674 – 1913 at the Old Bailey.

This event is FREE thanks to HM Government In partnership with The National Lottery Community Fund

Editorial credit: Tupungato / Shutterstock.com

SACCO is a registered charity working in the London Boroughs of Sutton, Croydon and Merton,

We aim to help people of African and Caribbean heritage of all ages to participate more fully in the local community. We also provide leisure and enrichment activities for our local area from an African and Caribbean perspective; these include mentoring, exhibitions, cooking, events, educational trips, and our quarterly magazine Kaleidoscope.

www.sacco.org.uk

Registered Charity No.1182079 in England and Wales

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